AASHTO's Standing Committee on Planning (SCOP) investigates, studies, and reports on transportation planning activities. Comprehensive transportation planning is conducted by the State Departments of Transportation for a variety of policy, programming, and project level activities, including:
To help serve the transportation planning community and share best-practices, SCOP:
The Congress for New Urbanism's Project for Transportation Reform will host a three-day annual summit, Oct, 1–3, in New York City, bringing together planners, designers, engineers, and public officials committed to creating and advancing transportation standards and policies that support urbanism and promote equity and equitable development.
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SCOP Members are leaders in statewide transportation planning. We recognize the importance of updating our membership roster to recognize the achievements of our members in their respective organizations. Please contact AASHTO SCOP liaison Matt Hardy, firstname.lastname@example.org with changes to the
SCOP Members committee roster.
We recognize that many other individuals in the state departments of transportation and numerous other federal, state, and local agencies and the private sector are actively involved in the comprehensive transportation planning process. To help share best practices among stakeholders, SCOP created
Statewideplanning.org is used by SCOP to share resources, best practices, and other information to further improve the practice of statewide transportation planning.